Science & Environment
Is Butte, Montana, the Davos of the Rockies? Pacific Standard
Battery Co. Claims Novel Electrolyte Will Do the Trick, Clean Technica
​Think Biomass, Not Natural Gas, Pacific Standard
Divining the Secret of Deformed Roadkill, Pacific Standard
Viewing Poisons at Our National Parks, Pacific Standard

Power Struggle: The Numbers Behind the Energy Rhetoric, High Country News 
Empower Your Appliances with the Smart GridPacific Standard
Exploring a Second Generation Biofuel, BioCycle
From Petri Dish to Gas Pump Pacific Standard
Charging up the Electric Car Landscape Pacific Standard

Two Q&As explored renewable energy policy of China and the U.S.
Throwing the Race for Green Energy, Pacific Standard
A Rising Green-Tech Tide Will Lift All Boats, Pacific Standard

A History in the Making, Pacific Standard
Joan's story about Julie Cajune, a Salish Indian educator, brought Cajune to the attention of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation; in early 2010 she received a $1.4 million grant to continue bringing her work in American Indian history and culture to a mass audience. She also was named by Utne magazine as one of 50 visionaries changing our world. 

Grand Targhee in Summer, VIA magazine
Bigfork, Mont.: Yuletide, VIA magazine

Society of Environmental Journalists​ 

"Divining the Secret of Deformed Roadkill" was listed as recommended reading in the Idea of the Day blog of The New York Times in 2009 and a story on climate change scientists was cited in the Opinionator.

Fellow Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting Seminar April 2010.